NAHREP San Antonio’s fresh “lunch and learn” event was held June 7th at the Alamo Café. Guest speaker Frank Fuentes, VP of Multicultural Lending at New American Funding, shared his expertise in breaking into the burgeoning Nuevo Latino market and encouraged the adaptability of attendees when servicing new cliental. NAHREP San Antonio also welcomed the installation of their newest Director Rodrigo Gonzalez.
Knowledge and dedication are the pivotal characteristics in separating exceptional and average real estate professionals. NAHREP San Diego members were encouraged to attend their June 28th educational and networking event to learn about finding free money through special programs to provide more value to their clients that aren’t typically utilized. Following the educational speaking track was member-only networking event to encourage professional development and affiliation strategy.
NAHREP San Fernando’s June 15th networking event consisted of an astute educational mastermind session where top producers discussed lead generation systems, accountability, business planning, team structures, financial independence, marketing, and much more. Following an array of educational topics members were encouraged to utilize the fresh information and knowledge while networking under the stars.
Breaking into the summer season with SoCal’s best real estate professionals encouraged NAHREP SoCal Inland Empire members to discover new networking opportunities through business card exchanges, organic conversation, and a little fun. Items were raffled through business card collection and attendees were treated to food and freebies during this June 28th summer mixer.
The inauguration of the NAHREP Tucson chapter was open to all real estate professionals who have an interest in education and empowerment within their industry. On June 28th new members were delighted to be a part of the movement and mission of NAHREP to advance sustainable homeownership for Latinos while learning from validated educational resources and consulting with the movers and shakers in their market.
The Fair Housing Act protects people from discrimination when they are renting, buying, or securing financing for housing purposes. The prohibitions specifically cover discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, disabilities, and the presence of children.
NAHREP Salt Lake City hosted an educational event for the brokers within their market on June 14th, to attend a mastermind session featuring highly successful housing professionals that shared their experience and stories of triumph. In order to edify attendees, they were taught the value of education within their field and how to successfully act as leaders within their community.
SAN ANTONIO — For Michael Alfaro, 29, who was recently married, home is a rent-controlled Los Angeles apartment while he and his wife save for a home. For Pamela Cervera, 30, and her boyfriend, it’s a condo they purchased together in Washington. The two millennials may not know it, but both are on the front…
Wells Fargo tops list as most highly represented brand for third consecutive year San Diego, CA – June 22, 2017 – The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals® (NAHREP®) released its third annual Top 250 Latino Mortgage Originators Report recognizing the top producing Latino mortgage professionals across the United States. The report ranks…
RE/MAX tops list as most highly represented brand for third consecutive year San Diego, CA – June 19, 2017 – The National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals (NAHREP®), in association with Zillow®, released its sixth annual Top 250 real estate agents report recognizing exceptional Latino real estate agents from around the country. With…